Some common viruses found in humans are coronaviruses, enteroviruses and RSV, notes the Maine Center for Disease Control & Prevention. Other common viruses are rhinoviruses, human parainfluenza viruses and rotaviruses. V... More »

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Common disease-carrying viruses include venereal viruses, cold viruses and blood-borne pathogens that trigger hepatitis. Genital herpes, which is caused the herpes simplex virus, is contagious in nature, notes the United... More »

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Stomach viruses, also known as viral gastroenteritis or stomach flu, can be caused by a variety of viruses, most commonly rotavirus and norovirus, according to Healthline. Stomach flu is highly contagious and impacts peo... More »

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People can prevent the spread of airborne diseases by remaining home when sick; minimizing close contact with individuals who have an airborne illness; using tissues or elbows to cover sneezes and coughs; and wearing fac... More »

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention defines Ebola as a disease caused by one of five viruses of the family Filoviridae, genus Ebolavirus: Ebola virus, Sudan virus, Tai Forest virus, Bundibugyo virus and Reston... More »

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Parvovirus symptoms in humans are age-dependent, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Children experience headache, low-grade fever, runny nose and tiredness, followed in a week by a bright red ra... More »

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Pinworm infection in humans occurs when oral contact with infected fecal matter occurs, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This transfer can happen when a hand touches fecal matter or when conta... More »

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